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Requesting an ADFS certificate (wild card cert)

I'm the process of setting up ADFS. i currently use a Public wild card cert in my Exchange 2010 organization. (on the CAS) How can I request or use this same wild card cert for ADFS? (I believe the private key is exportable)
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Anthony K O365
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becraigCommented:
I assume you want to import the certificate to your ADFS server and assign it to the services ?

If so, on the server where the wildcard certificate currently is, follow the steps below:
mmc.exe - add remove snap-in - certificates - computer - local computer
Expand personal - identify the certificate in the right pane - right click and go to export - check export private key - complete wizard and save as <filename>.pfx

On the ADFS server:
mmc.exe - add remove snap-in - certificates - computer - local computer
Expand personal - right click and import - point to the pfx file you created and import.

Then you can proceed to run the set adfs certificate cmdlets to assign the certificate.
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Anthony K O365Author Commented:
Thanks much for the confirmation!
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